Movement, Nature

Fall Beauty

I love the colours, scents, sounds and quieter moods of fall. They invite me to turn inward, to rest.. reflect. To take in the ever changing views. Letting thoughts and feelings come and go, go with the flow. A reminder that everything is in motion. And all things are moving unseen. What is your favorite… Read More Fall Beauty

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Above and Below

Walking the ‘other side’ of Eschweiler wald. All the way up to the highest point, and then back down again. A blustery fall evening with beautiful views. Mushrooms, meadows, movement, and Mr. E Let’s keep moving, as best we can. Enjoy!

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Smell the Roses

I met these gorgeous roses on my way to the store just yesterday. Their scent got to me me before I could see them. Stop and smell. Stop and smell. So I did. And I listened. Then I felt. A taste of freedom. All the senses in one second. Get outside. Take a walk. Enjoy.

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Würmtal in September

A few impressions from our latest walk in Würmtaler Wald. There’s nothing like a brisk nature walk. A great way to recalibrate our senses, move our limbs, empty our minds, and replenish our souls. Enjoy!

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Eschweiler Wald in August

August Eschweiler Wald. I love how the woods are different every time we walk there. Still familiar, but ever changing. The trees, the grass, the light, the leaves, the lily pond. Always renewing. Life stays in motion. Same, but different. Just like us. Enjoy! Where was your latest walk? Share below!

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Eschweiler Beeches

Views from this Saturday’s early evening walk in Eschweiler wald with Mr E. A bit of nature appreciation after completing our first MoveSpiration Online charity workshop day for Dance4Children. Enjoy!

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Sky Plants

Tillandsia – Sky Plants. I enjoy the name. They live on air, light, and mist. I had never heard of – or seen – them before. I discovered my sister cultivates them to make pieces of living art. This one she made for mom: And these now live at home. Shall we give them names?… Read More Sky Plants